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SYS-CON Radio interviews Corda Technologies who generate high-volume graphing software. They have several clients including Fox Sports. Their software is 100% Java server making it able to run on all platforms.
SYS-CON Radio interviews J. Todd Peters, principal at Paperthin. PaperThinÒs flagship product, CommonSpot TM, provides empowering Web authoring, content management and knowledge sharing and discovery capabilities necessary in the development, deployment and maintenance of business-crit...
SYS-CON Radio interviews Digital Fusion about their e-Business consulting. They specialize in analyzing what a company needs, and then taking the project from that through deployment.
SYS-CON Radio interviews Shannon J. Smith, chief executive officer of Market Matrix, Inc. Market Matrix offers ComUnion, a tool-set of Internet and wireless Internet applications that enables Web developers and graphic designers to rapidly construct highly secure and scaleable commerce...
SYS-CON Radio interviews AbleCommerce, about their AbleCommerce, shopping cart product, and AuctionBuilder, the Internet's leading auction software. AbleCommerce provides a feature rich, multi-domain, online merchandising system that is flexible enough for a small storefront, large cat...
SYS-CON Radio interviews Navisite about their managed application hosting services. They are designed to help companies large and small by guaranteeing service, backup and reliability.
SYS-CON Radio host Robert Diamond interviews William Rogers, CEO/president of Ektron. Ektron's solutions simplify and streamline the process of updating your Web site information by offering easy to use, browser-based Web authoring and content management.
SYS-CON Radio host Robert Diamond interviews Hal Helms and Nat Papovich, authors of Fusebox: Methodology and Techniques, and Judith Dinowitz, Publisher. The book is available for order now and covers how Fusebox can make your life easier...
SYS-CON Radio host Robert Diamond interviews AdvanSoft consulting about their CF specialities and about the current projects that they are developing.
SYS-CON Radio interviews Max P. Grasso, chief technology officer for NetNumina Solutions. NetNumina is a consulting firm offering CF Consulting as well as several other types.
SYS-CON Radio host Robert Diamond interviews Hal Helms and Nat Papovich, authors of Fusebox: Methodology and Techniques, and Judith Dinowitz, publisher. The book is available for order now and covers how Fusebox can make your life easier...
SYS-CON Radio interviews Fig Leaf about their ColdFusion consulting services and their work with Allaire and Macromedia on developing new CF Solutions.
The first annual CFDJ Readers' Choice Awards are filled with lots of surprises. Overall, they paint a clear picture of the industry and what you - the reader - like and dislike. Modeled after the extremely successful Java Developer's Journal awards (one of CFDJ's sister publications), ...
Wireless technologies are everywhere these days. I can't walk down the street for more than five minutes without seeing a cell phone, pager or Palm Pilot in use. And I'm seeing more of them every day. Wireless technologies are also being seen in the world of CF, which is being used mor...
Allaire – or should I say '(Nasdaq: ALLR)'? – continues to rise. For those of you that don't follow the stock market, Allaire Corporation recently reported record financial results for the second quarter ending June 30, 2000. Revenue was $33.3 million, an increase of 155% over the reve...
Living on Internet time proves more and more interesting every day. Sometimes it seems the online world is moving so fast that were I to sleep late one day, I might wake up and find that I'd missed an entire revolution - or at the very least another 'correction' to the stock market bef...
That's the latest buzzword in the ColdFusion industry today, and by the looks of it you'll soon be hearing it a lot more - so now's the time to prepare. As I'm sure most of you have already read in the past few issues of CFDJ - in articles by Ben Forta and an interview by Ajit Sagar wi...
A few weeks ago I traveled abroad and visited London for the first time. Upon arrival I followed the hordes of passengers through the long, winding corridors of Gatwick Airport's International Arrivals terminal. With signs pointing the way and chirpy airport officials ushering us along...
Last month I promised to discuss the pros and cons of hosting a ColdFusion site in-house versus out of house in this month's editorial. But in light of some recent news and exciting additions to the world of CFDJ, that editorial has been bumped to next month. I don't think anyone will ...
From time to time we receive e-mails from CFDJ readers, sent by beginners and advanced developers alike, asking us what we think about a particular hosting company or seeking our opinion as to what a 'first-time' developer should be looking for in terms of offered features and pricing,...
It was a bright, sunny day when, after years of construction, Disneyland opened in California in 1955, proclaiming itself the theme park of the future. Unfortunately, as good as it all looked, the park wasn't quite as ready for the hordes of visitors as it thought it was. On opening da...
0kay, that title might be considered about two months late by some, but please read on. For some people the most wonderful time of the year falls in the holiday season when friends, family and - best of all - presents surround them. For ColdFusion developers, though, this time of the y...
Beep, beep, beep goes my alarm clock on an average weekday morning. I roll out of bed and pick it up, but I don't just absentmindedly search for the snooze button as I usually do - instead I pick it up and, flipping open the lid, point it at my TV. Through its infrared transmitter I tu...
Telematics - the marriage of cellular wireless technology and Global Positioning System (GPS) satellite location - gave birth to a plethora of new services that provide automobile drivers with added safety, security, and convenience. Mercedes-Benz was an early proponent, and as it ...
It could help improve the safety of vessels at sea. It could help with fighting terrorism. Doug Cline is a man with a mission: to introduce wireless vessel tracking to the maritime world. Here WBT talks to Cline and his associates on the Foresight Project and learns that, while it may ...
Our wonderful world of wireless is always a popular topic in the news these days. It is the latest 'big thing' in the technology world, and unwired devices are one of the most quickly adopted technologies in history. Lately, though, cropping up alongside the product announcements and a...
At a recent developer conference, I listened as the keynoter, Bruce Scott of PointBase (Scott cofounded Oracle in 1977, where he was coauthor and coarchitect of Oracle 1, 2, and 3), spoke about the problem of wireless bandwidth. He shared his thoughts on the subject, saying that the be...
On a recent business trip to Istanbul, I arrived to wall-to-wall coverage of the Telsim controversy. Motorola and Nokia have filed a $3-billion lawsuit against Telsim, the second leading wireless provider in Turkey, alleging that Turkey's Uzan family borrowed all of that money with no ...
On a recent business trip to Istanbul, I arrived to wall-to-wall coverage of the Telsim controversy. Motorola and Nokia have filed a $3-billion lawsuit against Telsim, the second leading wireless provider in Turkey, alleging that Turkey's Uzan family borrowed all of that money with no ...
I worked for an ISP. We were on one of the top floors. The servers were several floors below. This meant that when you got the call that there was a server problem, you often had to get up and ride the elevator down to check the machine. There was lost time waiting on a rebooted server...
Somewhere in my life, apart from being editor-in-chief of CFDJ and running the Web Services Department at SYS-CON Publications, I have a bit of spare time during which I work on a few other Web sites. One of them is the official site for entertainer Michael Crawford (the original Phant...
When I first began my outline for this month's editorial, I realized I couldn't possibly fit everything in. With topics ranging from the excitement of the Allaire Conference, whose phenomenal success and fast sellout is a testament to the growing success of ColdFusion, to the amazing a...
I was first introduced to ColdFusion almost three years ago when one of the programmers in SYS-CON's Web Services Department suggested we implement it in a few different places on one of our Web sites. As the department manager I said, 'Sure, sounds good...By the way, what the heck is ...